Nargis Fakhri Finally Addresses Dating Gossips with Ranbir Kapoor and Shahid Kapoor
In the dazzling world of Bollywood, where fame and speculation intertwine, actress Nargis Fakhri entered the scene with a bang through Imtiaz Ali's film Rockstar. Her debut proved to be a success, catapulting her into the limelight. However, as the spotlight intensified, managing newfound stardom became a formidable challenge for the actress.
Nargis Fakhri, who collaborated with Ranbir Kapoor in Rockstar and featured in an item song in Shahid Kapoor's Phata Poster Nikhla Hero, recently addressed the persistent dating rumors surrounding her. In an exclusive interview , she candidly delved into the details of the rumors that had surrounded her for several years.
The actress began by expressing how the dating rumors used to drive her crazy. She recounted a specific incident where an article claimed she lived in Shahid Kapoor's apartment. Nargis humorously remarked, "I wish I had kept that article; then my mom could have visited me. People were messaging me, 'Oh, is your mom in the city?' My mom has never been here. So, I had to get accustomed to all of that."
Amid the swirl of speculations, Nargis shared an amusing encounter with a reporter who approached her, dropping hints as if he knew something about her personal life. Recalling the incident, she said, "A reporter approached me and casually said, 'Oh, how are you enjoying being a B-town star,' as if he knew some secret. They were churning out numerous stories about different individuals. I still don't know anyone." In response to the insinuations, she humorously added, "I told him, 'Okay, I am waiting for you to turn me into a lesbian,' and that turned into the headline. I was joking sarcastically, but his face dropped, and he walked away."
Nargis Fakhri's revelations provide a glimpse into the challenges faced by celebrities in the face of relentless media scrutiny. The fine line between truth and speculation often blurs in the glamorous world of Bollywood, where rumors can shape public perceptions.
- PTC PUNJABI